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Facebook Like button rubber-stamped into physical meme

Vlad Savov
06.11.10
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Just like Agent Smith, Facebook is starting to escape its original programming and enter the corporeal realm. This doomsday device has been concocted by a design studio that clearly knows not the wider implications of its fanciful little rubber stamp. Ah well, you can register your interest in this harbinger of the apocalypse at the source link below.


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